17 June 2015
WIN £1500 worth of kit! We are looking for the UK’s most passionate fruit and veggie grower, and now veg plots are starting to fill up with tasty crops, it is the perfect time to take some photographs and enter our competition.
28 September 2015
Today, 28th September sees the launch of Countryside Classroom. It is the largest ever partnership of organisations committed to helping children learn about food, farming and the natural environment, and is led by FACE (Farming and Countryside Education).
- How to grow mint - infographic
- Bumblebees' Big Boost from Johnsons Seeds
- Gordon Castle calls for local apples in exchange for cider
- New TV series sparks interest in Capability Brown Festival 2016
- Mr Fothergill's Award for Best Student
- New glasshouse for Cardigan Castle
- RHS appeal to combat new pest
- Mr Fothergill's hands £19,000 to RSPB
- Writtle College's garden for autistic learners
- Schools top of the class for bees
CLOSING DATE: Thursday, 12th November 2015
Gardenskill - the leading plant protection company - and Kitchen Garden have teamed up to offer three lucky readers the chance to win a fantastic bundle of Grow Your Own products from the latest range. Each prize is worth more than £350.
CLOSING DATE: Friday, 9th October 2015
This month we have the following to giveaway: We have one 10-year adoption package worth £399 to give away. We have 10 pairs of adult tickets, worth £30 per pair, to give away. We have 30 BruzZ nail brushes worth £9.99 to give away.
Other Feature Articles
19 January 2015
Sow seeds in a pot or tray of compost and cover with a light dusting of compost or vermiculite. Keep warm at 21*c. If you can’t provide heat don’t sow until the warmer weeks of late February and March on the windowsill.
10 December 2014With Christmas and the holiday season upon us my thoughts are turned to seasoning for this festive season. What self-respecting bird would be complete without some well seasoned stuffing?
26 September 2014People's motives for growing plants vary. For some it's about economy, for others it's purely for enjoyment or knowing where your produce comes from and what goes into it. And then there are those who “Grow to Show”.
5 October 2015
Easton Walled Gardens has a strict ‘Keep ON the grass’ policy, welcoming children for a half term of exploring, making and creating. Activities will include the ancient game of pumpkin rolling, which challenges players to roll a pumpkin down the beautiful grass terraces without breaking your pumpkin, the furthest roller wins.
Current Issue: Sept 2015
Blackberry to plant now - worth £9.95
Three packets of seeds (lettuce, carrot, radicchio) - worth £5.90
Build your own shed for next to nothing
10 must-grow apples
Using worm power to make better compost
Carol Klein's top tips for tasty veg
How to grow leeks
Cook with lavender
Plants to deter pests
• Next issue on sale: September 3, 2015